GRAHAM PLUCK

  • Profesor Tiempo Completo
  • Colegio de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, COCISOH
  • 297-1700 ext 1538
  • gpluck@usfq.edu.ec

ESTUDIOS

  • Sicología Clínica, Universidad San Francisco de Quito

EXPERIENCIA LABORAL

Research Fellow, University of Sheffield
( 2004 - 2010 )
To conduct academic and clinical research into homelessness, substance abuse and schizophrenia.
Research Psychologist, Kings College London
( 2001 - 2004 )
I was a research psychologist helping to run two randomized controlled trials into the treatment of depression.

PUBLICACIONES

Preliminary Validation of a Free-to-Use, Brief Assessment of Adult Intelligence for Research Purposes: The Matrix Matching Test
Lexical reading ability predicts academic achievement at university level
Modulation of striatum based non-declarative and medial temporal lobe based declarative memory predicts academic achievement at university level
Estimación de la Función Cognitiva Premórbida con el Test de Acentuación de Palabras. Estimation Of Premorbid Cognitive Function With The Word Accentuation Test
Relación entre la memoria de trabajo, inhibición de respuesta, y habilidad verbal con el éxito académico y el comportamiento en adolescentes
Socioeconomic deprivation and the development of neuropsychological functions: A study with “street children” in Ecuador
Separate contributions of general intelligence and right prefrontal neurocognitive functions to academic achievement at university level
Personality disorder in a probation cohort: demographic, substance misuse and forensic characteristics
Post-traumatic stress disorder and intellectual function of socioeconomically deprived 'street children' in Quito, Ecuador
Meta-analysis of Intelligence Scores of 'Street Children' in Developing Countries
Homelessness and Cognitive Impairment: An Exploratory Study in Tokyo, Japan
Epidemiological survey of suicide ideation and acts and other deliberate self-harm among offenders in the community under supervision of the Probation Service in England and Wales
Trends in Use of Electroconvulsive Therapy in South London From 1949 to 2006
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Intellectual Function of Socioeconomically Deprived ‘Street children’ in Quito, Ecuador
Cognitive function of a sample of ‘Street Children’ in Quito, Ecuador

INTERESES